Laura Marney is a Scottish novelist and short-story writer.
The author of five novels and numerous short stories, Laura Marney is a member of the Glasgow G7 group of writers (Alan Bissett, Nick Brookes, Rodge Glass, Laura Marney, Alison Miller, Zoë Strachan and Louise Welsh).
Marney is a graduate of the MLitt course in Creative Writing at Glasgow University, and now teaches there. Her writing has been described as black humour. She also writes for radio.
- No Wonder I Take A Drink (2004)
- Nobody Loves a Ginger Baby (2005)
- Only Strange People Go to Church (2006)
- My Best Friend has Issues (2008)
- For Faughie's Sake (2014)
- MacLeod, Heather (20 September 2005). "The Book Group" (PDF). Archived from the original (PDF) on 5 May 2006.
- Robinson, David (3 July 2004). "All you have to do is". The Scotsman.
- Barcelona Review interview, 2005
- Laura Marney cited by Jenny Brown in "Dark and dour Scottish writing 'needs sexing up'". The Scotsman. 28 February 2005.
- Interview in The Scotsman, (2004)
- Interview in Barcelona Review, (2005)
- Radio interview (2009)[permanent dead link]
- Short story: The Taste of Women, Mad Hatters Review, No.7, February 2007
- Short story: Hair Today, Gone Tomorrow, Glasgow 2020
- Short story: And the winner is, Barcelona Review, Issue 50, October - December 2005
- Creative Writing at Glasgow University
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